|Homo Islands War|
|Part of Fake Wars|
|Commanders and leaders|
4,000 Lubyan troops
3,000 Efden troops
|Casualties and losses|
1 Lubyan troop killed
3 Efden troops killed
|2 civilians killed and 9 wounded|
"Homo Islands" is also known as the "Bust Islands".
The Spaen-Imperialists border conflict is an ongoing armed conflict between Homo Imperialists who want to take over the island, which has 390,000 civilians.
There had always been high tensions on Homo Island. Outbreaks and protests were most frequent on the island. That's why, under Directive No. 92, Spaen sent 4 ships plus 10,000 troops to the Homo Islands. This further angered the civilians so much that they started up the Homo Imperialists Insurgents. Originally, the numbers hovered from 25,000-50,000, but it surged on May 16 when news came that 40,000 civilians would be taken back for forced labor in Spaen.
A group of 150 insurgents attacked the Denver compound on the island, causing extensive damage to the compound but not breaching it.
Later on, a group of 2,000 insurgents attacked the compound again, only to be driven away.
Late in the evening, Spaen declared war on the insurgents and brought another 5,000 troops over there. Recent reports say Spaen also bought 500 more tanks and 2 more Amphibious Assault Carriers.
Insurgent offensive Edit
At 3:00pm on 20 May, 150-300 insurgents launched an offensive, launching 62 rockets at Spaen troops. Spaen troops returned fire, killing 19 and wounding another 9.
Just minutes later, in the city of Gelea, 25,000 insurgents attacked a Spaen Army stronghold, forcing them out and casing over 20 casualties while losing 50-60.
At 3:30pm, Fred Valent was reported to have said in a phone call to Spaen's president: "Hey, send reinforcements...".
Foreign troop surge Edit
Efden, seeing the conflict as a way to gain territory, sent 10,000 troops to "support" the Imperialists. Lubya, meanwhile, seeing that Efden was going to annex the territory, sent 7,000 troops to stop Efden, making the limited conflict escalate into a full war.
Efden pulled out 7,000 troops on May 23, 2011, due to it's "own troubles in Efden".